My eighteenth poll ended with three votes, including one vote from me for ROUGH NIGHT. Thank you very much for everyone who participated in it. Here is the result:
I LIKE THE PRESENTATION OF HOUSES, BUILDINGS, ALLEYS, OR URBAN LANDSCAPES IN THESE FILMS. WHICH FILM DO YOU LIKE?
1. RETRIBUTION (2006, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Japan)
It got 2 votes or 66 %.
2. LA NOTTE (1961, Michelangelo Antonioni, Italy)
+ROUGH NIGHT (2001, Samart Imkham, Thailand)
+WONDERLAND (1999, Michael Winterbottom, UK)
Each of them got 1 vote or 33 %.
5.ANAT(T)A (2006, Akritchalerm Kalayanamitr, Koichi Shimizu, Thailand)
+BANGKOK AT 21.42 HRS (2001, Thanes Maneejak, Thailand)
+BANGKOK: CITY OF ANGELS (2007, Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa, Thailand)
+THE BEST OF TIMES (2002, Chang Tso-chi, Taiwan)
+THE BET COLLECTOR (2006, Jeffrey Jeturian, Philippines)
+ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS (1958, Louis Malle, France)
+FRONTIER (2003, Jun Miyazaki, Japan)
+GHOSTTRANSMISSIONS (2005, Building Transmission, Thailand)
+ISABELLA (2006, Pang Ho-cheung, Hong Kong)
+MANUFACTURED LANDSCAPES (2007, Jennifer Baichwal, Canada/China)
+OBRAS (2004, Hendrick Dusollier, France)
+LE PONT DU NORD (1981, Jacques Rivette, France)
+SHADOWS (1959, John Cassavetes, USA)
+SKETCHES OF FRANK GEHRY (2005, Sydney Pollack, USA)
+SOMETHING MORE THAN NIGHT (2003, Daniel Eisenberg, USA)
+VACANCY (1998, Matthias Mueller, Germany/Brazil)
Each of them got 0 vote.
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6.ANDREAS GURSKY, a great photographer
7.THOMAS STRUTH, a great photographer
I first heard about Thomas Struth and Andreas Gursky from an article on HIDDEN (2005, Michael Haneke), written by Paul Arthur in FILM COMMENT magazine, NOV-DEC 2005.